. tomorrow on "washington journal, we will look at the major events and the a look at politics as we head into 2013, including legislation in congress and the tone of american politics. we are joined by a chicago tribune columnist, clarence page, live on c-span. >> there are, unlike tomczyk, about one dozen buildings around the world that are by far the most important places of the internet. they are places where more networks of the internet connects more than any whorl's, and they are mostly in places you would expect, london, frankfurt, tokyo, and places like ashburn, virginia, an unincorporated suburb not far from dulles airport, where if you ask the network engineers that i talk about, they would say new york, los angeles, ashburn, as if it were a global capital and not a tiny suburb. there is a surprisingly short list of places that are the hot spots on the internet. >> andrew blum looks for the internet in the real world monday night on "the communicators" on c-span2. next, 10 years of the e- government act, improving government access and productivity. this is just over one hour.